The ability of comprehend test-based assessments implies careful training and the question arises of the dynamics of the tests and measurements course which are required for masters level counseling students. Research has focused thoroughly on education and training in psychological assessments addressing issues such as how students ought to be trained in the area (Childs & Eyde, 1990), however little investigation has been done on how students perceive the tests and measurements course. While studies have shed light on the fact that often students themselves tend to question the adequacy of their training (Dempster, 1990; Hilsenroth & Handler, 1995), there is still lack in research regarding the disposition of students prior to training.
"A Pilot Study: The relationship of hope and anxiety in graduate-level counseling students anticipating taking a tests and measurements course.,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 7
, Article 3.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol7/iss3/3